Former first lady Laura Bush says she doesn't think President Barack Obama should be faulted for the continuing oil spill crisis in the Gulf Coast area.
Interviewed on "Good Morning America," Mrs. Bush said: "I think they're doing everything they can." She said it cannot be one person's responsibility to solve the problem.
In her appearance Friday, Mrs. Bush was asked about comparisons with the federal government's slow response to Hurricane Katrina under the leadership of her husband, President George W. Bush. She declined to answer directly, but did say "there's always a lot of finger-pointing in something like this."
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